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Is the $28,309 sale of DigitalBrain.com because of this? | Facebook is funding brain experiments...

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  1. Domain SEO

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    Facebook is funding brain experiments to create a device that reads your mind

    Big tech firms are trying to read people’s thoughts, and no one’s ready for the consequences.

    In 2017, Facebook announced that it wanted to create a headband that would let people type at a speed of 100 words per minute, just by thinking.

    Now, a little over two years later, the social-media giant is revealing that it has been financing extensive university research on human volunteers. [Continue reading...]
     
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  2. NameDeck

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    A wearable is old news. Check what Elon musk is doing at neuralink.com
     
  3. Domain SEO

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    Yes, neuralink is mentioned in the article.
     
  4. NameDeck

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    Lol, should've read all of it. It's amazing stuff though. I wonder what it'll be like in 20 years or so.
     
  5. myfavorite

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    This your timeframe surely calmed the regging spree:xf.grin:
     
  6. Domain SEO

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    Development is fast. I should have wondered about the net (and domains!) as well 20 years ago.

    Maybe our dreams will be encoded/typed by our brains even as we sleep?
     
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    Facebook is a very great platform to be in touch with the different people and to know about the different people. It receives prominent media coverage, including many controversies. These often involve privacy, political manipulation, psychological effects such asaddiction and lowself esteem, and content that some users find objectionable, user privacy. For more information visit the gyansagar.com
     
  8. GetBigDomains

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    I had a similar domain, well two actually and let them drop. Yes they are not only reading but predicting every move. It's already proved with their marketing and things I have never said out loud! #StrangeStuff
    Or things I have had conversations about with others. I see this every few days. I go on less now.
    Ps.. " experiments in conscious conflict" was a major Freudian slip made by a leading author in spiritual consciousness.
    Maybe it was doing experiments in spiritual conflict, i mean spiritual consciousness! (something like that!) LOL Also, I might add with x university!
     
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  9. Domain SEO

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    I bought some domains related to this. I don't wanna make the same mistake I did when our teacher suggested we buy domains when domain buying was just starting. I didn't buy domains back then.
     
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  10. jamesall

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    They're too late. That would be my ex-wife.
     
  11. Domain SEO

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    :xf.grin:
     
  12. topdom

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    Good research by bad company.
     

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